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Breathe yourself better

Forget signing up to an expensive gym class – we already have the most effective (and free!) piece of equipment to boost our wellbeing – our lungs. The problem is we’re not always using them to their full potential. But by making simple adjustments to the way you inhale and exhale, you can profit from a host of health benefits. ‘By changing the way you breathe, you can improve your physical health, plus mental and emotional wellbeing,’ says breath coach Stuart Sandeman, founder of Breathpod (breathpod.me). ‘Learning to breathe properly will have a positive effect on the way you feel, think, act, operate and perform.’

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